Having a motorcycle metric tool kit on board is a must, especially if you are planning a longer ride. You don’t want to be stuck on the roadside in the middle of nowhere because you need a simple repair and don’t have the tools to complete it. While it is understandable that people balk at carrying kits due to limited storage space, it’s really not smart not to have one. There are compact kits that won’t weigh you down and take up all your extra cargo room. These kits should include the essentials – pliers, a ratchet handle, sparkplug socket, hex keys, tire gauges and anything else that is pertinent to a quick bike repair. Here are some of the best kits of there.
This kit has everything you need for a quick roadside repair. It includes 1/4 and 3/8” sockets, hex keys, tire gauge, voltage tester, zip ties, and a bit driver with 20 bits. The tools are made of a chrome-plated strong steel alloy that will not rust. The handles are non-slip so you get a good grip to make sure you can the torque you need when making repairs. It is lightweight coming in at 3.2 pounds and is 7 x 2.6 x 10 inches. You can buy it in SAE or metric but metric is usually the way to go with most motorcycles. It comes in a zippered case with elastic straps to hold everything so you don’t lose any when doing repairs. The case fits easily into a compact spot and the kit is covered by a lifetime guarantee.
You won’t be stuck at the side of the road long with this kit. It’s perfect for emergency work as well as regular maintenance. It comes with five open-ended and one adjustable wrench, a six-in-one screwdriver, a hex set, a sparkplug socket, locking pliers, and an air pressure gauge. There’s also an LED flashlight, zip ties, and a pouch full of metric bolts, just in case. The pouch has a zipper and Velcro strap to hold it in place and protect it from the elements while you ride. There’s also space to add other parts or tools if you want to bring a few more with you on the road. The whole kit rolls up nicely and fits underneath your seat. Plus, the tools are high-quality, fully guaranteed, and covered by a lifetime warranty.
This is a good motorcycle tool kit that is small enough to fit into most tight places on a bike. Its high-quality tools include wrenches, nut drivers, bits, hex wrenches, screwdrivers, pliers, ⅝ x 18mm spark plug socket, and tire gauge. All of this fits into a zip-up case that is only 7 x 2 x 2 inches in size and weighs less than a pound. It’s a great product that’s helpful if you are caught needing a quick fix to get back on the road.
This metric toolset has 27 pieces but fits into a really small case. All the tools are made of quality carbon steel with soft gel handles for comfort and grip so you can get the right amount of torque. It comes with wire cutters, pliers, hex keys, screwdriver plus bits, a socket set, and an adjustable wrench. Zip ties are included as well. When closed, the case measures 7 x 4 x1.5 inches and weighs less than two pounds. The set easily fits in small areas of your bike without taking up significant cargo space.
BikeMaster was created by riders in 1981. The brand knows just what riders need and want when it comes to tools. This kit includes six open-end wrenches along with an adjustable wrench, hex keys, spark plug socket, screwdriver, pliers, a tire gauge, and more. It also includes wire, wire tape, and a flashlight. This all comes in a small roll bag that is 10 x 4 inches and weighs under four pounds full. It fits well wherever you have storage space on your bike.
This tool kit has almost everything you need when it comes to quick repairs. It comes with standard items as well as spare fuses, Torx wrenches, and an extra fuel hose if you need it as well as a towel, zip ties, wiring, tire gauge, and electrical tape. The price is low considering everything that is included in the kit. It all rolls up in a kit that’s easily stored on your bike. You won’t find another kit small enough for travel that has this many items.
The Stockton Roadside Tool Kit is the way to go if you are looking for a portable, small tool kit with everything you need for roadside repair. While the tools may not be as high grade as some of the other kits, the extra content makes this kit a go-to choice. Plus, it’s a great price considering how much you get.
Having a motorcycle metric tool kit with you on the road is important. You don’t want to be caught in the middle of nowhere unable to make a quick or minor repair because you don’t have the basic tools. Having a tool kit on board is much easier than keeping random tools thrown in your saddlebags or under your seat. Choose a kit that has what you want and fits in small storage space so it doesn’t take up too much-needed room. There are lots of high-quality kits on the market that don’t cost you a lot but keep you safe while you are out enjoying some time on the open roads.